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Pew Study: strong majority of voters favor alternatives to incarceration
A new Pew research poll released last week shows that voters across the U.S. are overwhelmingly in favor of reducing prison spending and support shifting resources to community supervision rather than incarceration, specifically for low-level offenders.  The national poll also shows that voters prioritize reductions in recidivism as the primary "end goal" of corrections, even if it means offenders spend less time behind bars and more time in rehabilitative programming.   Public…
Alameda County realignment plan 'ambitious' but moving in the right direction
Alameda County realignment plan 'ambitious' but moving in the right direction Oakland Tribune, December 11, 2011
Counties dilemma: how to use funds for inmates
Counties dilemma: how to use funds for inmates San Francisco Chronicle, December 5, 2011
AB 109: Criminal Justice Realignment & Reform (slides)
AB 109: Criminal Justice Realignment & Reform (slides)
AB 109: Criminal Justice Realignment & Reform (handout)
AB 109: Criminal Justice Realignment & Reform (handout)

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